Guest is Tina Whittington, Executive VP Students for Life of America 00:01:30 | Episode 5 of Season 2 begins with more of the animal revolution. Elephants are stealing sugar cane, Orcas are attacking sailboat rudders, and now…an otter is stealing paddle boards! A multi-agency effort has been launched by fish and Wildlife to capture [...]
Jay’s first monologue with this new format. Reminiscing on how much has changed since we were kids. Boom boxes, cassette tapes and figuring out lyrics as a child of the 80’s and 90’s. Jay ends with an analysis of what the unborn is.
A young college student recently told me a story. She is in a program filled with classmates who aggressively support abortion. They attack and mock the few peers who dare to voice their opposition to unrestricted legal access to abortion. Last week, they turned their attention to this young woman...
Last night Senator Raphael Warnock won reelection in a runoff against Republican candidate and UGA football legend Herschel Walker. The results give the Democratic Party a 51 to 49 majority in the United States Senate and alters the terrain for the next Congressional session on important issues like federal judge appointments and Senate committee seats. It is a major victory for the Democratic party handed to them by a once reliably conservative state. Georgia voters gave the Democratic party power to pursue their agenda.
Dr. Kate Greasley is an Associate Professor in Law at the Hertford College at Oxford University. I reread her book, Arguments About Abortion: Personhood, Morality, and Law1 every year. In my mind, it is one of the best books written by a pro-choice advocate. It is healthy to develop the habit of considering the best [...]